Reaching through the Veil

How Neurodiverse Lovers Find Peace in One Another

My husband and I taking a moment together to break down just before moving day this year.

I have been very vocal about my life before I met my husband. Many know that I was an alcoholic. Many know that I was suffering with unchecked mental illness. Many know I battled drug addiction and severe anxiety. And with every person I let in passed that veil of my illnesses, there was such a calculated risk on my part. The cycle…

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Jude Catapano

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Pronouns: they/them/their + Email: ajcatapanowrites@gmail.com + URL: judecatapano.medium.com + IG: @jude_catapano_art

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